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Wed 8 Aug, 2012
By Robert Ingham

I have been proved wrong and I couldn't be more delighted about that!

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Andrew Lloyd-Webber has been forced to make a u-turn over remarks he made about London's theatreland.

In an interview last year, he predicted that there would be a "blood-bath" for the West End theatre shows and no-one would go.

However, numbers have proved him completely wrong, as Monday's figures for the first week of the Olympic games have shown there to be a £250,000 increase on the previous week.

Speaking to The Telegraph he said: "I have been proved wrong and I couldn't be more delighted about that!"

Takings for Shrek and Phantom of the Opera were "hugely up", which is great relief for the man who considered closing The Wizard of Oz for the duration of the games.

Lord Lloyd-Webber has even rallied his followers on Twitter asking them to "go to the Games, go to the West End, enjoy a show, have a meal. There'll never be a more joyous time to celebrate what London has to offer."


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